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1928 Royal P Serial # CM-96213 1928 Royal P typewriter, Serial # CM-96213 John-Richard Pagan's 1928 Royal P typewriter. 2015-06-27 From the Virtual Typewriter Collection of John-Richard Pagan: 1928 Royal P Serial # CM-96213 This beauty is a 1929 Royal Portable with, I believe, a custom paint job in the crinkled black. It is in amazing condition, and was in one family for many years, until I brought it home. There it was loved, and here it will be too. This is a keeper, and one I plan to use, a lot.

Accidentally deleted Mark's comment. Sorry Mark. I have questioned the year on this since day one. However, every method of dating comes back to 1929. This is for no other reason then the numbering, which is consistent. I asked Jay Resper about the dates, and he sounded pretty confident as well, but I sent him more information and pictures to help. As far as this newbie understood it, black crinkled paint was not used until the war. But, this may have been a custom make. (Note the CM prefix.)

1928 Royal P #CM-96213

Status: My Collection
Created: 09-24-2014 at 08:42PM
Last Edit: 06-27-2015 at 06:21PM


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This beauty is a 1929 Royal Portable with, I believe, a custom paint job in the crinkled black. It is in amazing condition, and was in one family for many years, until I brought it home. There it was loved, and here it will be too. This is a keeper, and one I plan to use, a lot.

Accidentally deleted Mark's comment. Sorry Mark. I have questioned the year on this since day one. However, every method of dating comes back to 1929. This is for no other reason then the numbering, which is consistent. I asked Jay Resper about the dates, and he sounded pretty confident as well, but I sent him more information and pictures to help. As far as this newbie understood it, black crinkled paint was not used until the war. But, this may have been a custom make. (Note the CM prefix.)

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My interests started in a rather eclectic manner. And, it started much like it does for many of us. I wanted to get back to writing, and wanted to do it without all the high-tech mumbo-jumbo! I wanted a typewriter.

So, I set out on a bath to find one that worked for me, and that sent me toward first Royal and then Smith Corona. My first two usable typewriters were my Royal Arrow (SN:962522) and my Smith-Corona Portable (SN: 1C-2163). But, then I went crazy! Large ones, small ones, usable, or not... I loved them all!

Today, I try to keep myself down to about 25 or less in my collection. My primary focus is on portable typewriters manufactured between 1929 - 1965. And, my focus is mostly on European makes, especially those from Germany.

As for the perfect typewriter, for me? Well, I have a few. They are German made Olympia SM3s, SM4s, and an SM7 (newly acquired), as well as my Voss Privat, my Gossen Tippa-B, and my Brosettes. I guess I couldn't choose between them!



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